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Express Scripts Could Negotiate Drug Rebates For 100m Lives With Prime Therapeutics Deal

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Manufacturers will face the “biggest PBM ever” in price negotiations for pharmacy benefit drugs as a result of the collaboration between the two pharmacy benefit managers.

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